Orijen Adult Dog Food 28.6lb bag
- Orijen Adult Dog Food 28.6lb bag
- 28.6 pounds
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Whole Prey Orijen Adult Dog Food made with cage-free Cobb chicken and turkey, eggs and wild caught fish is a biologically appropriate diet for fully-grown dogs of all breeds and sizes.Orijen dog food is made in Alberta, Canada by an independent family-owned company from fresh Canadian ingredients. Orijen follows a new concept in pet nutrition: biologically appropriate dog food.A biologically appropriate dog food matches the anatomy of the dog, keeping in mind today's modern lifestyle of regular feeding and less movement which results in a reduced caloric requirement.
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|Age Range Description||adult||adult||adult||adult||adult, puppy, senior, young-adult||adult|
|Item Dimensions||15.75 x 3.94 x 23.62 in||5 x 5 x 5 in||25 x 18 x 5.25 in||5 x 5 x 5 in||23.62 x 3.94 x 15.75 in||15 x 6 x 28 in|
|Item Weight||28.66 lbs||4.4 lbs||30 lbs||6.4 ounces||28.66 lbs||29.76 lbs|
|Size||28.6 pounds||4.5 lb||30-Pound||12 oz||28.6 pounds||30 lb|
|Special Ingredients||—||Proteins||grain-free||Proteins, Carbohydrates||grain-free||all-natural|
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Anyways, since day one, this dog has never, EVER, consistently or happily eaten a food. Any food. Dry food, or even canned food. Since everyone is wondering, "but what food did you try??? you were probably literally feeding her garbage."...here is the list.
-diamond naturals - lamb..Not my choice, came from the breeder.
-merrick - lamb and chicken, as well as grain free buffalo. Also multiple merrick canned varieties. Merrick was her least favorite all around, even canned.
-blue buffalo - wilderness puppy chicken grain free, also the puppy Rocky Mountain grain free recipe. Also tried chicken/turkey and Rocky Mountain canned varieties. Liked the canned sometimes. Disliked dry.
-Farmina - ah yes, one of the new ultra-premium imported from Italy dog foods. At this point my dog officially eats better than me. The label is awesome, it really is. Awesome ingredients. For a couple of weeks she actually liked it. Then she wouldn't eat it when not mixed with some kind of canned food, and then not at all. Chicken with ancestral grains was the leader, followed by grain free chicken. She hated the cod. Hated the wild boar.
-holistic health extension - canned food....actually kind of liked it. Chicken and turkey were favorites, but didn't love it. Ate it begrudgingly after a while.
One other point to note is that on every single one of these foods, her stools were horrible. Consistently soft or runny. Gross right? She would also typically go a day easy on each one of these without eating.
Now, let's talk about the Orijen. I first found out about it when a lady at my local pet food store was checking out in front of me. She said to the cashier it was THE only food her dog would eat. I scoffed in my head and thought "that dog is an idiot and that food is a racket", since it rang up to over $80. A little silly.
Now, let's fast forward a week or two. My dog is back to her princess behavior of not eating, and I am at the end of my rope. She actually LOST weight over the past month, when she should be growing. I finally drove back to the pet store where I had made fun of the lady in my head, and it turns out they had 12 oz trial bags of the Orijen. I bought 4, since I am fairly lazy and didn't want to have to drive back in the off chance my dog decided to stop torturing me.
For dinner that night I did a cold turkey switch. I know you are supposed to transition, and I had always done it, but I was in no mood. Sue me. Anyway, she ate everything I gave her. I gave her more, she ate that too. Wtf.
Next morning I woke up and let her out. Guess what? That's right, you're wrong, she had a textbook, perfect poop. If you google the Bristol stool scale, this wouldn't even be on it, since it was too perfect. First one I think she has ever, ever had. Cold turkey switch and everything. I was astounded. I went in to feed her breakfast, and guess what? That's right, she ate EVERYTHING, and I gave her more that she ate too.
That was about a month ago, and to this day the dog is still completely out of her mind, and she is still eating EVERYTHING I put in front of her. I did fail to mention that she isn't particularly happy in the morning and sometimes won't eat right away. With this stuff, she ends up either eating the rest of her breakfast around lunchtime, or if we pick her food up and leave it on the table while we are out.....SHE EATS THE FOOD FROM HER BOWL ON THE TABLE. WHAT. Doesn't even touch people food that might be left on the table. The dog that wouldn't eat anything is literally turning into a person and eating from a people table because she loves the food so much. And really the fact that she isn't diarrhea'ing (that's a word now) all of the time, I'm sure she feels a lot better.
Now, I dont buy this on Amazon since I get it $20 cheaper locally (sorry Amazon), but this food is awesome. Buy it. If you can't get it locally, get it here. It is absolutely incredible, and easily, hands down, no doubt, without question, definitely, for sure the best food I have ever bought. Including probably for myself.
Another bonus...my vet bills have reduced significantly and are now limited to their annual check up and vaccinations. And since we're on the topic of cost savings...because of the pure and concentrated ingredients, there is no need to over feed them. One 29lb bag lasts us about 6 weeks. Their portions are half the size of the lousy food and they stay satisfied for much longer.